Is there any way to bitstream Dolby Atmos in Pot?
Atmos works great w crappy Win Media Player, but not in PotPlayer.
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Do you hear something and it sounds bad, or audio isn't played?
Maybe you can change your audio renderer. In audio - audio renderer. Also you can change your audio output, and output speakers. These changes are easy but probably will have not any impact. If it sounds bad, you can also disabled Normalizer in Audio processing (Shift+N) which is on by default.
In preference (F5) filter control you can use different Audio decoder instead of suggested (build in) or you can install external filter and register it here. But it is not suggested as it can lead to trouble with potplayer lately. So measure twice.
But I really not sure if you hear something or not.
I do hear everything but I just wanted to enable direct bitstreaming from Pot to AV receiver. I just don't want Pot to decode anything and to let receiver do its job.
I've managed to enable it somehow by
Set Built-in audio Decoder --> Pass thru SPDIF, HDMI --> Enable --> All set to Default SPDIF Muxers
Now it picks and sends Atmos and rest of good stuff to receiver, but.. I'm little confused why then Audio onfo shows 6 to 2 channels downgrade..
Codec: Dolby AC3(0x2000) - AC3 S/PDIF
Sample rate: 48000 -> 48000 samples/sec
Bits per sample: 0 -> 16 bits/sample
Channels: 6 -> 2 channels
O.k. at least something. How do you have setup speekers? Try set them to same as input in audio processing settings.
The main disadvantage of Potplayer is his high customize, so be patient. Or also you can try other Muxer and also in Audio output mode S/PDIF after AC3 re-encoding. Don't know if second option can help but you can try it.
Alright so as far as I understand, channel quantity has nothing to do with bitstreaming. So its normal and configured properly this way.
Maybe it will help somebody later.